What do you think should be said in a hubbers profile page?

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  1. Brittanie2216 profile image81
    Brittanie2216posted 5 years ago

    What do you think should be said in a hubbers profile page?

    What makes a perfect profile page?

  2. Jeannieinabottle profile image89
    Jeannieinabottleposted 5 years ago

    I think a profile page should not include too much information.  Readers really just want to know some basic facts about a writer.  I feel like anything beyond a few paragraphs is probably too much.  If someone claims to be an expert in a certain area, they should list the reasons why.  Other than that, a few basic facts is all that is needed.

  3. Austinstar profile image85
    Austinstarposted 5 years ago

    A hubber's profile should list the 5 W's of basic writing. Who, What, When, Where, Why. Another 'W' might include How. At HubPages, your profile intro should really be about one paragraph with these details. Make it short and sweet.

  4. dilipchandra12 profile image75
    dilipchandra12posted 5 years ago

    A brief explanation about the author and topics of interest i believe will make a perfect profile page.

  5. JimTxMiller profile image77
    JimTxMillerposted 5 years ago

    Personally, I believe a profile is as much about how you write as what you write in it. A "perfect" profile reflects the writer's voice much like a professional resume reflects the job seeker's work persona. Content matters, of course, but it is as much how you say it as it is what you say.

  6. Brandon Tart profile image60
    Brandon Tartposted 5 years ago

    A look into one's personality, I say.  Location tells a lot about what people may be interested in, which at times, I find surprising. 

    Any other elements that make a person who they are - job, interests of even why they write.  I though a lot about what I wanted to tell my readers, but limit it to my creative specifics and locale. 

    My statement is what I think I aim at doing when I write - drawing attention to things that raise eyebrows for their being egregious.  There is, of course, more on my page, but I am not willing to put it out of a fear that it would look self promotional here.  But this is my take on my writing and intent:

    Often enough I find that I want to make an outrageous statement to stir things up a bit. They say not to stir certain things up, so pay close attention. I have never been a big fan of paint as an artist, finding grey-scales to be enough to portray just what needs to be told. Black and White - we humans love the facts to be given to us this way. But facts and truths are two different things. FACT - some of the things I say are outrageous, off-putting and egregious 1, and egregious 2. (e·gre·gious /iˈgrējəs/Adjective 1 Outstandingly bad; shocking. 2 Remarkably good.) TRUTH, I like to be honest about that fact, especially when what comes out of my mouth, and yours, "Often enough," is number two. Black and white? No, I just painted everything I say in perspective for you, which in truth, IS REMARKABLY GOOD!

    BHTart

 
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